CRIME & SAFETY
Suspect arrested after fight on Metro bus in Koreatown that left 62-year-old man dead
The Los Angeles Police Department has arrested a man wanted in connection to a deadly fight on a Metro bus in Koreatown.
Suspect Found With Self-Inflicted Wounds After Allegedly Stabbing 2 Victims in Westlake
WESTLAKE, LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26 (KNN) — Two victims and one suspect were found stabbed during what initially appears to be an act of domestic violence, according to authorities. Officers with the Los Angeles Police Department’s Rampart Division responded to a call of an “assault with a deadly weapon...
Teen beaten, stabbed at Dockweiler Beach; mother calls it hate crime
LOS ANGELES - Cameras rolled during a violent assault at Dockweiler Beach, where a 16-year-old was stabbed and beaten while his assailants shouted racial and homophobic slurs. The victim's mother, who chose to remain unidentified, recounted the harrowing incident. "They kept saying 'strip that fool' and other offensive and derogatory...
West Hollywood gym owner pistol-whipped while fending off Rolex robbery
Video shows three men assault the victim and attempt to rob his watch, but he resists and eventually they flee empty-handed.
15-year-old shot to death in South Los Angeles; suspect on the loose
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is looking into what led up to the shooting death of a juvenile in South L.A. on Tuesday afternoon. According to an LASD bulletin, deputies from the Century Station were dispatched to the 1100 block of East 59th Street regarding a gunshot victim call for service around 3:50 p.m. […]
Fiery Fatal Traffic Collision on I-5 Involves Multiple Vehicles
BOYLE HEIGHTS, LOS ANGELES, Feb. 27 (KNN) — A fiery traffic collision involving multiple vehicles resulted in a fatality early Tuesday morning on the southbound I-5 in Boyle Heights. The collision which occurred just north of Indiana shortly before 3 a.m., involved two sedans and a big rig. One...
Los Angeles County Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report: 864 Incidents and 235 Crime Stories
Los Angeles County Feb 27 Weekly Crime Report: 864 Incidents and 235 Crime Stories. During the last week, Los Angeles County reported a total of 864 crime cases. The data reveals that theft was the most prevalent crime, with 363 incidents, representing 42% of the total crimes. Other crimes reported include 'Other' with 121 cases, 'Assault' with 102 cases, 'Burglary' with 81 cases, and 'Suspicious Situation' with 62 cases. Less frequent but still significant were 'Robbery' with 37 cases, 'Shooting' with 26 cases, 'Arrest' with 21 cases, 'Vandalism' with 17 cases, and 'Domestic Related' cases with 15 incidents. The remaining crimes included 'Veh Pursuit', 'Trespass', 'Hit & Run', 'Arson', and 'Disturbance' with 5, 5, 5, 3, and 1 cases respectively. These figures indicate a concerning level of criminal activity in the place, with theft being the most common crime. Hence, residents are urged to take necessary precautions to protect their properties and personal safety.
2 people mauled by pack of dogs at Azusa home
Two people were hospitalized after being attacked by a pack of dogs at a home in Azusa Tuesday afternoon.It happened just before 11:30 a.m. when the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department received a call of a dog mauling at a home in the 5000 block of N. Orange Crest in Azusa. The dogs were house pets according to the sheriff's department.Animal Control personnel and deputies responded to the home where one victim of the dog mauling was said to be in serious condition. A woman was also attacked, but her injuries were not as severe. Both are expected to be okay...